SPOTLIGHT: NH can't take malpractice fund surplus

So, New Hampshire officials, thought you'd close the gap in your budget by taking the malpractice fund's extra dollars? "Not so fast," a judge has said. Officials wanted to take the $110 million surplus run by the Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association, on the argument that the fund was an agency of state, but the court wasn't buying. Article

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